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Kleo the Misfit Unicorn:
Element of ClassSomething reminded me of this show lately - It was one of those particular sort of cartoons from the 90's that had it's own dedicated cast, but always revolved around a different normal kid every week - although in this case most of the kids were not, in point of fact, normal. I remember really enjoying what little I saw of it when I was young, but it seems to have completely faded away. There are descriptions of it, of course, but never beyond that - we don't even have a TV Tropes page for it! - and nowhere seems to have any episodes, and while I haven't checked, I doubt there's a DVD out there. It's a rarity in the digital age, and a bit annoying since I've been trying to watch some of it lately. Does anyone else remember this show? Or was it one of the ones that faded from memory for a reason?
cuter, cuddlier EdmondI've never seen it (likely never played in my area) but a Google search turned up a Wikipedia page and some Youtube clips. Also, IMDb seems to think that there are DV Ds. See The results of this Google search.
I have a google alert for Kleo the Misfit Unicorn. A couple of days ago, I started thinking about this show. I used to love it! I just can't believe I can never watch it. I even asked the director how to watch it today. He told me to contact the television channel that used to air it. I'm too lazy to contact them in person and they don't read my letters/concerns! At least that's what I think.
That all you got?I've never heard of this show at all O_o
That is the face of a man who just ate a kitten. Raw.
Never heard about it, then I looked for it on YouTube and found a surprisingly low number of videos of it. That's... strange.
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Element of ClassYeah. The only I've seen is the opening...in a language that I don't even know what it's called. Even that DVD search, all the sites turn up saying there's no DV Ds. It really seems to have disappeared.
Never heard of this show.
I have vague memories of seeing this on TV really, really early in the morning.
ohshi- I had forgotten all about this show. I used to watch it nearly every morning (or was it after school?). It wasn't mind-blowingly awesome but it was enjoyable nonetheless. I used to think that color-changing, jazz-loving panther was THE embodiment of cool.
I remember this, but I had all the trouble in the word finding traces of it on the internet - I was searching for the french title "le pays des insolites"
Element of ClassWell believe me, it doesn't seem to be any easier searching in English - I never was able to find anything at all.
I used to watch this show. I looked it up on Wikipedia and it does seem to have a DVD release. IMDB says it was June 21st, 1997, but that might be the premiere date. I think I watched it between 2001 and 2006 in Canada.
IIDefinitely remember this show, though I haven't thought about it in years. I actually did a double-take when I saw the thread, because it didn't initially connect.
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Well, I'll be...What in tarnation is that??
What kind of a post is this??!~!!
Insert Caption HereI remember watching it with my sister when I was younger. I've had the last part of the theme song stuck in my head on and off for years.
I'll stand and fight until the day they put me in the ground.
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